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Benjamin L.

Ames 1323 Park Drive Las Cruces, NM 88005 Phone: (575) 524-3656 Cell: (575) 915-5709 Email: ba8224e2@westpost.net Job Objectives To work in a position using a variety of skills where quality, dependability, an d hard work are rewarded, and on-going training is encouraged. Work History Impact Resources Group, October 2009- June 2010 Assembled and set ceiling fans and lighting fixtures to Plan O Gram in large ret ail stores. Assembled and set ready-to-assemble furniture to Plan O Gram. Asse mbled and repaired bicycles in retail stores also did in-home furniture service calls. Assembled Grills also. . National Marketing Services/National Assembly Services; January 2008-October 2009 Did store services calls for furniture pads. Assembled RTA furniture in large r etail stores. Set furniture to Plan-O-Gramas. Did in home furniture service ca lls. Pond Scapes Inc.; June 2009-September 2009 Trouble shot, maintained and installed ponds and sprinkler systems. Also did ya rd maintenance and landscape as required. Tidewater Marine, 1992-2008 (3 locations below) Attained U.S.C.G. Ratings: Started as an Ordinary Seaman and worked up, Limited AB/Deckhand, Unlimited AB/Deckhand, and STCW 95 Certificate. U.S.C.G. Hold a U. S. Passport. Valdez, Alaska 1992-2000 Responsibilities while working on oil spill response vessels included: Escorting oil tankers in and out of the Prince William Sound, deployed oil containment bo oms, oil recovery systems, held navigation watches, painting, cleaning, and rou tine maintenance of boats. Nikiski, Alaska 2000-2004 Responsibilities while working in the cook Inlet were to supply off-shore oil pl atforms with all manner of drilling supplies in bulk including drill water, pota ble water, diesel fuel, barite, liquid mud, cement, drill pipe, casing, food and a wide variety of specialty tools used for drilling wells, worked as a certifie d rigger as well as doing navigation watchers and up-keep of the boats including the shipyard maintenance and up keep of boats Gulf of Mexico 2004-2008 Tidewater Marine, Responsibilities; supplied off-shore oil platforms same as in Nikiski, Alaska Special opportunities: Made some delivery trips to Angola Africa, Del Carmen, Mexico also did a special ty job for the U.S.A.F. off the coast of Main, and with the Navy doing depth exp eriments. InnTell Productions, 1990-1991 Albuquerque, New Mexico Responsibilities: Installing satellite dishes, TVs, and cable network systems in schools and businesses all over the Western and Southwestern U.S.

Joiner Construction, 1989 Rio Rancho, New Mexico Responsibilities: Set up forms, tied rebar, poured and finished cement. Intel Corp 1984-1988 Rio Rancho, New Mexico Responsibilities: Worked in the facilities Group as a Facilities Technician, gen eral maintenance, and trouble-shooting, on call to deal with any and all minor p roblems that might occur at the facility. Technical Manufacturing tasks include d Reverse Osmosis deionized water purifications systems, and processing piping, clean room maintenance. Standard Facilities duties included the more typical fa cilities work of telephones, lights, switches, plumbing, electric doors, HVAC, f urniture, office modules, signs. This position required working independently, creativity, patience, and people skills. Equipment Fork Lifts, Bobcats, Overhead cranes, 5 ton trucks with PTO units, welding and c utting torches, vertical and horizontal band saws, Herms Sign Engraver, boats, B inks Paint guns, needle guns, deck crawlers, GPS systems, ARPA radars, crane rig ging, Certified in lifeboats, had basic Fire Fighting Training, basic first aid, Box boom cranes, Know how to make and break tow on an ocean going tug & barge, Cold water survival school, Etc. Education Sandia High School- Albuquerque, New Mexico Diploma-1981 Technical Vocational Institute (TVI) a" Albuquerque, New Mexico Supplemental welding courses New Mexico State University- Las Cruces, New Mexico Completed freshman year